BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:45 A.M.) – The Saudi Coalition has killed more civilians in the Yemeni capital after bombing two residential buildings in Sana’a.

According to local activists in Sana’a, the Saudi Coalition massacred 14 civilians and wounded 30 more after striking the Al-Sukneh Neighborhood of Sana’a City.

In addition to bombing the Al-Sukneh Neighborhood, the Saudi Coalition also targeted the Old District of Sanaa, wounding several residents in the process.

This latest massacre comes just days after the Saudi Coalition massacred more than 80 civilians at the Al-Arhab Hotel in Sana’a.

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